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Monday, May 09, 2011

Sold: Coastal Pines Overlook I

Coastal Pines Overlook I  ©2011 Katherine Kean
oil on linen 6 x 6"
I spent all of yesterday afternoon at the emergency vet with my dog Bear. Somehow he got a foxtail in his ear, even though he was indoors at the time. There was quite a wait with lots of pets coming in needing immediate care. The wait was so long that Bear fell asleep under my chair. I've never seen him so relaxed in a vet's office before. What's more, I looked up to see someone I know coming through the door - a lovely woman that I've worked with over the years. She and her dog were experiencing their own canine medical emergency. We used the long wait to catch up. 

Our turn finally came. The vet got the foxtail out we went happily on our way. Once home, I found a message on the phone from the gallery saying that Coastal Pines Overlook I had sold.


Cindi said...

The painting is beautiful, congrats on the sale and glad to hear Bear is okay.

Palmer Uhl said...

Congrats on the sale! It certainly is a beautiful work. Glad to hear Bear is without the foxtail!

Every day I enjoy meditating on my beautiful painting. I always see something new.

Katherine Kean said...

Hi Cindi,
Thank you so much. I'm so relieved that Bear's okay too!

Katherine Kean said...

Hi Palmer,
Thanks! Foxtails can be so scary - I'm glad it's gone too. I love that the painting is continuing to engage your eye - thanks for letting me know!

Kathryn Hansen said...

congratulations...wonderful news!! And glad to hear Bear is better...those foxtails are wicked!!

Katherine Kean said...

Thanks Kathryn!

I know, those foxtails are like something out of a horror movie.

Dianne Poinski said...

I am so happy your dog is fine. What a relief! Also happy you were able to combine your relief with happiness over your sale. "Coastal Pines Overlook I" is beautiful. I love the texture and the mood! Congrats!

Katherine Kean said...

Thank you Dianne! You said it. Relief and happiness were a wonderful antidote to the afternoon's drama.

Pujdak said...

the tree branches at the beginning of your blogg remind me of Coral as well - Im always drawn to trees